I also just got a sample set. I can definitely appreciate the quality, but somehow there's no love, yet at least. Also, some of them (not all) seem relatively fleeting on my skin, though perhaps it's just that I need to spray more.
Anyway, the Ormondes (man and woman) are green woodies with a light, airy quality. So much that to my nose they get close to the ozonic-aquatic genre, especially the male version. As such, they should become the reference for those who love these genres. I don't, and I'm not a big fan of woodies per se, so no love. Though I love their green-ness (I'm going to be a little pedantic here, as some reviewer also noted, the advertised hemlock is the tree, which presumably gives a light cedary smell, not the socratic herb, luckily, which has a horrid, do not try eating me smell). Zizan, instead, is a little green, insubstantial thing of no interest.
The florals seem a little stronger and more persistent to me. Taif is a huge, clean rose, one of the best for those who love rose soliflores. Osmanthus, sampaquita, and frangipani have all a clean, lemony feel to them (without any hint of luscious tropical exhuberance). I prefer bigger flowers, though. Orris noir, as discussed also by Turin-Sanchez, is neither orris nor noir, and smells like a good, fresh soap.
Perhaps the favorite is Tiare, as tropical as the XVI arrondissement. It's a citrus chypre, Luca Turin mentions Diorella, which I have never smelled in its vintage form. Relative to Cristalle, it is less green, more citric, and lighter in feel. However, while the top was as classic as it could be, it disappeared quickly on me. I need to retest with a more generous spray - to make sure that it's not a lack of oakmoss which is making the frag disappear.